GST Rates 2017 PDF – Item Wise and Chapter Wise – UptoDate

Here you can find GST rates items and chapter wise detail along with HSN coe.  in PDF format. We update GST rates page regularly.

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The final GST rates are 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%.

The GST rates pdf files are given here approved by the GST Council.

Download GST Rates on Goods PDF Files – Up to Date

List of Items Increase in Rate of Compensation Cess (Meeting on 09-09-2017)

List of Goods Which Rates Changed in 21st GST Council Meeting (Meeting on 9-09-2017)

Revised GST Rates on Some Goods (Meeting on 18-6-2017)

GST Rates Revised for 66 Items by GST Council (Meeting on 11-06-2017)

IGST Exemptions Approved (Meeting on 11-06-2017)

Revised Threshold Limit for Composition Levy (Meeting on 11-06-2017)

GST Chapter Wise Rates Schedule (Meeting Held on 18th May 2017)

GST Chapter Wise Rates Schedule (03-06-2017)

GST Compensation Cess Rates (Meeting Held on 18th May 2017)

GST addendum to the GST Rates Schedule (18th May 2017)

GST Addendum to the GST Rates Schedule (03-06-2017)

Download GST Rates on Services PDF Files – Up to Date (Last Update on 15-06-2017)

GST Rates Schedule for Services

Service under reverse charge as approved by GST Council

Classification Scheme for Services under GST

Amendments in Services GST Rates (Meeting held on 11th June 2017)


GST Rates 2017 – Quick Summary

GST rates Products
0% (Exempt) Food grains, milk, eggs, curd, unpacked paneer, natural honey, atta, besan, common salt, vegetable oil, Fish seeds, gur, fresh meat,
5% Coffee, Tea, Spices, pizza bread, rusk, Edible Oil, Sugar, Frozen vegetables, branded paneer, umbrella, kerosene, LPG, brooms, Chalk

Coal (Currently @ 11.69%)

Indian Sweets

Life-saving Drugs

12% Computers, Processed Foods

Butter, cheese, ghee, dry fruits, animal fat, namkeen, fruit juice, water, Bio-Gas, cellphones

18% Hair Oil, toothpaste and soaps

Capital goods and Industrial Intermediaries

Iron & steel, fountain pen, Indian Katha, Jams, soups, ice cream, toilet and facial tissues, camera, speakers

28% Small cars plus a cess of up to 3%

Consumer Durables such as AC, fridge, washing machine, shavers, heaters etc.

BMWs, aerated drinks, cigeratte

Cement, chewing gums, Pan masala, perfume, shampoo, fireworks,

High-end Motorcycle

In this regard, the official notification has been issued as per discussions in the GST Council Meeting held on 18th May, 2017. You can download the notifications for GST Rates in PDF at the end of this article.

The GST rate structure was awaited by every person as what will be the impact of GST on the goods?? Another question was whether there will be increase in the burden of tax on consumers or it reduce??

The final GST rate of tax imposed on final consumer in current indirect tax regime is about 30-31% after the cascading effect.

These questions are answered as the rate structure under GST has been finalized. The GST rates which are finalized in council held on 18th May, 2017 in Srinagar are 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%. It is four-tier tax structure. There are 98 chapters in which the final rate structure is divided. It imposes lower tax on essential items and a higher rate on luxury items. After the announcement, everyone is evaluating their position and its impact on them.

GST Rates – Effect of announcement

  1. gst ratesThe basic goods should be available at affordable price so, sugar, tea, coffee and edible oil fall under the 5% slab while cereals, milk will be part of exempt goods. Whereas the ready to eat food such as Maggie are kept out of this category.
  2. The rate of capital goods and industrial intermediate items is 18%. This will have a positive effect on the manufacturers as input credit will be available for all capital goods. This will also promote MAKE IN INDIA launched by Mr. Narindra Modi.
  3. The rate if tax on coal is decreased from 11.69% to 5%. This is beneficial to the power sector and heavy industries whose coal is main energy supply. This could also curb inflation.
  4. Toothpaste, soaps will be taxed @ 18% instead of 28%. The fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands shall get the benefit of reduction in tax rate.
  5. The applicable rate will be 18% for the restaurants serving alcohol
  6. The education and healthcare are exempt under GST
  7. Services for Non-AC restaurants will be covered under 12% tax rate

About the Author
Arpit Goyal is pursuing CA and B.com & also working as an article assistant in Gurgaon. He has an immense interest in Taxation. He loves to use technology to spread knowledge about taxation & accounts.

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  1. The one nation – one tax idea will supposedly change the way we buy, think and largely live and its limelight will fall on real – all transactions and processes required to be done only through electronic mode it will good another good idea which will also help to Digital INDIA Campaign . KwikBilling

  2. Sir,

    Before roll out of the GST, it is necessary to consider all the representations about the GST rates. E way bill software should be installed in the GST portal. They had alloted GSTIN based on the state code and PAN CODE ONLY. They are insisting on serial numbers for Tax invoices, but there are no arrangements in the GST portal to give serially numbered GSTIN number. The rules and acts should be framed sufficiently in time to enable the supplier understand the rules well. We could not choose a category of items by selecting in alphabetical order. There is no arrangement in the portal to give proper guidance to the businessmen, industrialists. Some of the websites are even selling books on rulings and acts. The Government is selected by public and should be of the public and for the public. The public were not elected them to make a THIGLAK regime. The fixation of roll out to be carefully considered after considering all aspects. Thanks.

  3. Can you please send me details for baby and adult diapers gst rates and also i am currently not reg for vat or tin so sud i directly go for gst reg? What are the charges ?? I reside in thane and my business is within mumbai only.

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